Mental health screening kiosk installed in North Carolina town
A mental health screening kiosk has been installed at the Human Services Center in Bayboro, North Carolina as part of the Access Point screening program from Trillium Health Resources, according to WNCT-TV.
The Access Point Screening Program is designed to provide people with access to anonymous, evidence-based screenings for mental health and substance use challenges.
It provides immediate results and connects users to resources, including local referrals and educational materials. It is free to users.
The program screens for the following conditions: depression, generalized anxiety disorder, adolescent depression, bipolar disorder, alcohol use disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, eating disorder and substance use disorder.